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Post Who would like to be the Book Discussion Leader for this book?
Please speak up if you would like to lead this book discussion! :-)

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I wanna read this book. My daughter gave me a B & N gift card for Father's Day that I just used to order it. I hope others will want to read it, too, and if they do, I'll be glad to try to move the discussion along. The book, by appearances, gives us the opportunity to "go deep" with regard to morality and religion, maybe offering a way to bridge some divides, which is always an interest of mine.



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Go for it DWill, I just picked up a copy.

Should be interesting.



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Dexter wrote:
Go for it DWill, I just picked up a copy.

Should be interesting.

Hey, that's great Dexter.



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